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Turkey is best explored by rental car. CarhireSaving has over 24 pick-up locations in Turkey. This means there is always a pick-up location close to your destination.
Turkey attracts regular visitors with its exotic mixture of natural beauty, culture and rich history and it straddles both the Middle East and Europe. Whether you are looking for native belly dancing shows or interesting ancient architecture, Turkey is easily explored in a cheap hire car.
Ankara is the capital city of Turkey and some of the most famous landmarks here include the Byzantine citadel, Ataturk's mausoleum and the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations. The Presidential Mansion is another major tourist attraction and there is a scattering of ancient ruined buildings around the city.
The tourist capital of Turkey is Istanbul, full of folklore and bustling streets located on the Bosporus Straits. The Grand Bazaar is located down narrow streets and specialises in local arts and crafts as well as carpets and earthenware. The extravagant Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace top the list of tourist attractions and local cuisine can be tasted in Istiklal Caddesi.
The coastline is pretty in places and Antalya on the south coast has endless pebble beaches and is a great base from which to stretch out and explore other regions by car rental in Turkey. The Aktepe valleys in northern Cappadocia are made up from a vast array of pointy volcanoes. Nature enthusiasts can take a trip to Dovecote Valley and Goreme to enjoy a few hours of bird spotting.
There are a few international airports dotted around the country and as well as taxis and buses there are plenty of hire car companies to make use of. The sheer amount of landscape that is waiting to be explored can only be done justice in a low cost Turkey hire car, which also provides a comfortable way of travelling.